Windows NT services monitored by AVIcode may fail to start automatically
Some Windows NT services may fail to start automatically on computer startup if they are monitored by AVICode. However, the services can be started manually afterwards. If you check the Intercept event log, you see an error similar to this:
[DATA],[TIME],Intercept Stub,Error,None,4000,N/A,A01-CRM-TRNS22,"An error has occurred. Please contact Technical Support if this issue persists.
Error: Monitor initialization timeout expired.
Please contact your system administrator.
Code: [CODE] Type: Internal External Time [DATE] [TIME] Thread: [TID] Raised in: (ret == WAIT_OBJECT_0). CInitThread::InitAndWaitFinish, Caught in: CProfilerCallback::Initialize.
Agent version: [INTERCEPT_AGENT_VERSION]
Windows version: [OS_VERSION]
Process ID: [PID]; Instance ID: [IID];
Startup time for services can increase due to the way the .NET CLR Profiling API works.
Configure a startup dependency for each of the services that are not starting automatically, to be dependent on the Intercept service (AVICode agent) using this article:
193888 - How to delay loading of specific services (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/193888
Also make sure that the Intercept service is set to "Automatic" startup and NOT "Automatic (Delayed start)".
This article applies to Windows NT services that are monitored with AVICode 5.6 or 5.7
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Article ID: 2695741 - Last Review: 04/19/2012 17:07:00 - Revision: 3.0